Exploring Achievement Emotions in Physical Education: The Potential for the Control-Value Theory of Achievement Emotions


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Dono: Marcos Pedroso

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Última Atualiz.: 17-01-2019 13:48


Emotions experienced in educational settings link to students’ motivation, engagement, learning, and achievement. Despite meaningful
interconnections between emotions, motivation, and desired outcomes, a dearth of research on student emotions in physical education (PE) currently exists. The Control-Value Theory of Achievement
Emotions (CVTAE) highlights the importance of emotions within
students’ achievement motivation and provides a comprehensive
framework for investigating their antecedents and outcomes. The
purpose of this investigation was to explore CVTAE as a potential
framework to understand students’ achievement emotions in PE. We
focus on emotional antecedents associated with the PE learning
context and the role of emotions in facilitating desired PE outcomes.

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